Fitzgibbon is a suburb shaped like an inverted triangle, 16.3 km north of central Brisbane. Its boundaries are the North Coast railway line (Carseldine), Bracken Ridge to the north and Cabbage Tree Creek to the east. The suburb was named in 1971 after Abraham Fitzgibbon, Chief Engineer and later Commissioner of the Queensland Railways (1863-64). Before being named, Fitzgibbon was part of Zillmere North.


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